BlogSpacialize and view your result in Gephi
Linkage provide a simple visualization of your result but it you want more control over the look of your result, you might want to try using Gephi
Exporting the job
Each job results can be downloaded for use in many applications via the Download button:
Inside the ZIP file you can see a directory structure like this one:
├── edges.csv ├── k4_q3 │ ├── clusters.csv │ ├── edges_with_topics.csv │ ├── nodes_with_clusters.csv │ ├── raw │ │ ├── clusters │ │ ├── ... └── raw ├── dictionnary ├── labels ├── tdm.sp_mat └── X.sp_mat
Your clustering data can be found under
k the number of topics of
q the number of clusters.
Importing in Gephi
After selecting New Project in the startup screen, go to File > Import Spreadsheet.
Then you're gonna use the
nodes_with_clusters.csv to import the edges and the nodes.
When your importing is complete, you're ready to layout your graph. Let's use Force Atlas 2:
And let's add color the nodes by cluster: You can do the same for the edges then.
Then, in the Preview tab, you can select a few nice settings (Black background, keep the colors of edges) and export it.
Bravo, you've finished this tutorial. Thanks for reading and don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Published June 6, 2017